Before Google launched Gmail, “G-Mail” was the name of a free email service Garfield’s website offered to fans of the lasagna-loving cat.
Yay! This is an exciting new development.
“Basically, if Tumblr were a city of 42 million,” Ms. Bennett said, referring to the number of Tumblr blogs that exist, “I’m trying to figure out how we cover the ideas, themes and people who live in it.”
congrats to Ms. Bennett and Mr. Mohney
I agree that attention to detail is everything. But I’d like some real-life examples of wrong-colored binder clips DESTROYING presentations. I’m quite curious now :)
Just something that popped into my head at a meeting last night. Are we we entering an era in which Instagram and Pinterest are becoming wildly popular for the simple fact that they lack words and the effort that it takes to read those words?
Yes, visuals have always been vital in modern-day advertising and marketing. If I’ve learned anything fromMad Men, it’s that creating a beautiful illusion and pairing it with a stellar tagline was the key to massive success back in the day. Now, we don’t even need the tagline.
Do I think that words are going away and people will stop reading? No. I still think businesses are publishers, whether they like it or not. But are businesses now both publishers andart curators?